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Trains, do not rush: Cummins is developing a hydrogen ice engine
Trains, do not rush: Cummins is developing a hydrogen ice engine

The American powertrain manufacturer Cummins has begun testing its hydrogen internal combustion engine. The engine is built on the basis of existing engines running on refined products. Cummins recognizes the high potential of hydrogen engines in reducing emissions while maintaining performance that meets the needs of a wide range of customers. The hydrogen ICE prototype… More

Pre-production Mercedes EQE filmed in the city
Pre-production Mercedes EQE filmed in the city

Mercedes-Benz continues to test the EQE electric sedan, and car hunters are trying to catch it in their lenses. This time, the promising model was not seen at the Nürburgring circuit, but in ordinary urban conditions. The prototype from the new video is similar to the one we saw in April – even the set… More

Unfortunately, Porsche is testing the hybrid 911
Unfortunately, Porsche is testing the hybrid 911

Porsche has always had its own path. Therefore, we can assume that this electrification has one single purpose – to make the legendary Porsche 911 even faster. A hybrid Porsche 911 was spotted at the Nurburgring during tests. Journalists from AutoCar believe that this is a hybrid 911 Turbo. There is no clear evidence that… More

Restyled Crossland: the most “charged” in the class?
Restyled Crossland: the most “charged” in the class?

Exactly a year ago (well, almost exactly) we already introduced you to the B-class crossover Opel Crossland X. What has changed since then? SUV from Opel lost the letter “X” in the name, tried on the corporate identity of the Opel Visor, got hold of “charged” trim levels, and also became more attractive in price… More

The first pictures of the updated VW Jetta GLI
The first pictures of the updated VW Jetta GLI

The first images of the Jetta GLI sports sedan were shown on the web. The current version debuted at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show. A closer look at the pictures reveals that German engineers are not particularly masking this Jetta GLI. The company is adding a tiny front splitter under the bezel. The mesh pattern… More

Opel Mokka tested on the “moose test”
Opel Mokka tested on the “moose test”

Experts of the YouTube channel km77.com decided to test the Opel Mokka crossover on the so-called “moose test”. As a result of the so-called “moose test”, the Opel Mokka crossover, built on a French chassis, demonstrated a fairly high top speed on the test – 76 km / h. Note that YouTube channel testers consider… More

Updated Hyundai Palisade caught on photospies
Updated Hyundai Palisade caught on photospies

The updated SUV of the North Korean company Hyundai was spotted during test trials. We are talking about a Hyundai Palisade car, which, according to TheKoreanCarBlog, will be seriously improved externally. The facelift of the Palisade SUV, as seen on the camouflaged prototype, implies a refinement of the exterior: new multi-section headlights will appear, which… More

New generation Mercedes GLC spotted on the roads
New generation Mercedes GLC spotted on the roads

German automaker Mercedes-Benz continues road testing of the new generation GLC crossover. This time, the camera lens of the spy cameras hit a car on which new headlights are already visible. The seen crossover has increased in size and received an increased wheelbase. This is expected to increase rear passenger legroom and make the cabin… More

VW ID.Buzz was spotted without camouflage
VW ID.Buzz was spotted without camouflage

Autoevolution has published new spy shots of the future Volkswagen electric minivan. The car is based on the concept car ID.Buzz, which in turn drew inspiration from the Transporter model of the first two generations. Judging by the presented photos, there is very little camouflage left on the prototype of the future Volkswagen electric minivan…. More

New Rolls-Royce Ghost: Dream of a humble
New Rolls-Royce Ghost: Dream of a humble

<p>The new Rolls-Royce Ghost is based on the Post Opulence concept – “post-life.” This means that, while retaining all other signs like total quality and unprecedented attention to detail, Ghost luxury should not be flaunted.</p> <p>So did the British have to drive the second generation of their “junior” sedan into this framework? Or perhaps the… More